Delayed flexor digitorum superficialis and profundus ruptures in a trigger finger after a steroid injection: a case report.Peters-Veluthamaningal C, van der Windt DA, Winters JC, Meyboom-de Jong B. Corticosteroid injection for trigger finger in adults.Michael T Andary, MD, MS is a member of the following medical societies:Disclosure: Allergan Honoraria Speaking and teaching.Patrick M Foye, MD is a member of the following medical societies:Joseph E Sheppard, MD is a member of the following medical societies:David R Steinberg, MD is a member of the following medical societies:Disclosure: Johnson & Johnson nothing received, but have long-term ownership of public equities none.Todd P Stitik, MD is a member of the following medical societies:Robert E Windsor, MD, FAAPMR, FAAEM, FAAPM is a member of the following medical societies:The authors and editors of Medscape Reference would like to thank medical students Dena Abdelshahed and Leia Rispoli, plus Drs. Management and referral for trigger finger/thumb.Taras JS, Raphael JS, Pan WT, Movagharnia F, Sotereanos DG. I strongly recommend you wear top quality gloves that protect your hands from both wind chill and cold.

Stenosing tenovaginitis of the wrist and fingers.Rhoades CE, Gelberman RH, Manjarris JF. Patients who undergo surgery typically must wear a cast or splint for several weeks after the procedure to aid in their recovery. The incidence of trigger digit after carpal tunnel release in diabetic and nondiabetic patients.Freiberg A, Mulholland RS, Levine R. Nonoperative treatment of trigger fingers and thumbs.Griggs SM, Weiss AP, Lane LB, Schwenker C, Akelman E, Sachar K. Treatment of trigger finger in patients with diabetes mellitus.Stahl S, Kanter Y, Karnielli E. Outcome of trigger finger treatment in diabetes.Baumgarten KM, Gerlach D, Boyer MI. Klippel JH, Dieppe PA, eds.Trigger finger. Ultrasonographic assessment of clinically diagnosed trigger fingers.Bamroongshawgasame T. A comparison of open and percutaneous pulley release in trigger digits.Will R, Lubahn J. Regional pain problems. This condition is commonly observed among gamekeepers and Scottish fowl hunters, as well as athletes (such as volleyballers and soccer goalkeepers). Trigger finger in children.Ashford JS, Bidic SM. A prospective study of the response to local injection.Pataradool K, Buranapuntaruk T. Proximal phalanx injection for trigger finger: randomized controlled trial.Akhtar S, Bradley MJ, Quinton DN, Burke FD. Digital neurovascular bundles behind retractors.Trigger thumb. Rheumatoid arthritis and other connective tissue diseases. It also occurs a… Diseases & Conditions,2002 It can provide effective relief of the pain of thumb arthritis for many people. Acute rupture of the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) of the thumb – also known as ‘skier’s thumb’ – is a common injury which may cause long-term complications if inadequately treated. Steroid injection for flexor tenosynovitis.Godey SK, Bhatti WA, Watson JS, Bayat A. Corticosteroid injections for trigger digits: is intrasheath injection necessary?.Shinomiya R, Sunagawa T, Nakashima Y, Yoshizuka M, Adachi N. Impact of Corticosteroid Injection Site on the Treatment Success Rate of Trigger Finger: A Prospective Study Comparing Ultrasound-Guided True Intra-Sheath and True Extra-Sheath Injections.Colbourn J, Heath N, Manary S, Pacifico D. Effectiveness of splinting for the treatment of trigger finger.Valdes K. A retrospective review to determine the long-term efficacy of orthotic devices for trigger finger.Chao M, Wu S, Yan T. The effect of miniscalpel-needle versus steroid injection for trigger thumb release.Lange-Riess D, Schuh R, Hönle W, Schuh A. If you log out, you will be required to enter your username and password the next time you visit.https://profreg.medscape.com/px/getpracticeprofile.do?method=getProfessionalProfile&urlCache=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cubWVkc2NhcGUuY29tL2Fuc3dlcnMvMTI0NDY5My01NjA2L3doYXQtYXJlLXBvdGVudGlhbC1jb21wbGljYXRpb25zLW9mLXRyaWdnZXItZmluZ2VyLXRmLXN1cmdlcnk=,Tenderness over the site of the incision - This occurs quite frequently but usually settles on its own,Adhesions and subsequent stiffness - This may develop with excessive handling of the tendon or delayed postoperative mobilization,Digital nerve injury - Overall, this is extremely rare, even though the digital nerves lie within 2-3 mm of the midline; prompt repair or reconstruction is indicated in the event of this unfortunate complication; observation for suspected neurapraxia is appropriate; digital nerve transection is the most common complication reported after trigger thumb surgery; the radial digital nerve is injured more frequently because of its superficial location and oblique course over the flexor sheath,Superficial scoring of the FDS tendon - This has been reported frequently but does not require further treatment,Accidental cutting into the A2 pulley - This can cause bowstringing, with loss of full finger flexion; pulley exploration and reconstruction may be indicated if bowstringing does not resolve,Scarring - This is more likely to occur after TF surgery than after trigger thumb surgery,Recurrence - This has been reported but is extremely rare,Infection - This is a risk in patients who are diabetic or immunosuppressed and may be problematic if septic flexor tenosynovitis results.Flexor tendons pass within tendon sheath and beneath A1 pulley at approximately metacarpal head, beyond which they travel into digit.Inflamed nodule can restrict tendon from passing smoothly beneath A1 pulley.